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Royal Roundup: Glamorous William and Kate Step Out at Epsom Derby
And as expected, the royal newlyweds were dressed to impress as they, Prince Harry, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, and other select members of the royal family cheered on Queen Elizabeth II‘s prized colt, Carlton House, to a third-place finish.
While the Duke of Cambridge donned tails and a top hat, the Duchess looked radiant in Reiss; her off-white knee-length dress was accompanied by a white tweed jacket by Nessie and nude heels. Her shiny brunette tresses were stylishly swept back into a bun, while a taupe-colored fascinator rumored to be from the Philip Treacy collection beautifully completed her look.
In other royal-related news:
• William is returning to Kensington Palace. The Daily Express reports that he and Kate will soon call his old childhood residence “home” whenever they’re in London. He and Prince Harry lived there with their late mother, Princess Diana, prior to her 1997 death.
• If you’re planning to travel to London in the coming months, perhaps you’ll fancy a stop at Buckingham Palace for a peek at Kate’s exquisite Alexander McQueen wedding gown? Between July 23 and October 3, royal fans can pony up just under $30 (£17.50) to see the dress, shoes, diamond earrings, and The Queen’s stunning 1936 Cartier tiara. The Royal Collection will also display the couple’s wedding cake.
• In her upcoming reality show Finding Sarah, Sarah Ferguson opens up about the emotional and physical torment she endured as a child. According to The Daily Telegraph, Fergie reveals that her mother, the late Susan Barrantes, used to tell her that the “little vein at the center of her forehead” was “a sign of the antichrist.”
• Everyone’s favorite royal bridesmaid Pippa Middleton showed off her athletic talents during the GE Blenheim Triathlon in Woodstock, Oxfordshire on Saturday (June 4). She and Team SJP clocked a finish time of 1:27:32. Pip Pip Hooray!